FHS prizes consist of 22 prizes in 22 subjects at the University of Oxford. It is awarded to the best final honor schools student in these particular subjects. There are three Verulum Buildings prizes for Commercial Law; five Stone Buildings prizes for Trusts; an All Souls prize for International Law; a Falcon Chambers prize for Land Law; a Francis Taylor Building prize for Environmental Law; a Landmark Chambers prize for Commercial Leases; a Linklaters prize for Competition Law and Policy; a Littleton Chambers prize for Labour Law; a Manches prize for Family Law; a Martin Wronker prize for Administrative Law; a Martin Wronker prize for Jurisprudence; a Martin Wronker prize for Tort; a Pincent Masons prize for Taxation Law; a Norton Rose Fulbright prize for Company Law; a Quadrant Chambers prize for International Trade; a Slaughter and May prize for Contract Law; a Slaughter and May prize for Legal History; and a Wronker prize for the best overall performance in the FHS. In addition there is a Wronker Prize Proxime for the next best overall performance; a Diploma in Legal Studies best overall performance prize in Contract, Tort, Land Law and Trusts; and The D’Sousa prize for the best overall performance in the second BA.
The FHS prizes are awarded to students who write the best papers in their particular subjects.